Experience Authetnic British Food in Gwinnett at Taste of Britain!

Straight from the British Isles, Taste of Britain is a charming little store located in beautiful Historic Downtown Norcross. The Historic Norcross Town Center is a quaint charming page from the past, with restaurants, antique, and gift shops against the background of the old railroad depot. The owner of Taste of Britain, who is British, frequently travels to the UK to source out new and unique items for the store. Taste of Britain is more than just a store. It is a destination where you can find an extensive selection of chocolates, teas, sweets, biscuits, giftware and items such as steak and kidney pies, English style bangers, Cornish pasties, sausage rolls, and much more!

window taste of b ritain

 

In addition to different version of foods you’re already used to, Taste of Britain also has hard to find delicacies that might have never heard of. Enjoy sherbet, crisps, marmalade, biscuits, and a host of other different foods!

more candies

 

There’s more than just food available. Be sure to check out their authentic gift-ware, Dr. Who memorabilia, and tea accessories.

tea accesories

 

Taste of Britain has been in Norcross since 1989 and their friendly and knowledgeable staff will be able to help you if there are any items that you are looking for that are not listed on their web site. Even if it’s not available in their store they may be able to get it to you!

 

christmas storefront

 

More information and their entire catalog can be found here!

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